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Welcome PR Tigers!

Wednesday, May 17, 2006


My buddy and current Auburn University Public Relations student Wes, has posted a blog about this site. I guess his PR peers probably weren't ready for this blog.

I wish I could list all of the photographers whose blogs I read everyday. There are so many out there who are doing incredible things blog-wise. If you operate a business in this day and age there is no textbook that can teach you all the things you can do to market yourself. Websites....blogs....MySpace....these are all just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to promoting yourself and your work. It used to be that people would look at your images online and then develop their opinion of you based on that. But now you can market yourself with your images, your personality, and your sense of humor.

I want to thank Wes for thinking enough of me and my work to write about it.

You can read that post by clicking |here|

Thanks Wes!

posted by Dave
Wednesday, May 17, 2006

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